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Navajo Nation police officers are contradicting a news release that denies a ranger was shot in the head while playing Russian Roulette.

Services for Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman Sr., 94, will be in Farmington on Saturday morning.

Surrounded by eight portraits that were borrowed from the stone walls of Shonto Chapter House, Jonathan Michael Nez was inaugurated the ninth president of the Navajo Nation Tuesday morning.

50 Years Ago: Federal court mulls Mitchell’s attempt to overturn ban

The Ted Mitchell case ended this past week in federal court in Phoenix as Mitchell, the head of DNA-People’s Legal Services, continues to attempt to overturn a ban set by the Navajo Tribal Council which does not allow him on reservation land.

Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman Sr., 94, passed away on Sunday afternoon in Albuquerque.

Navajo students relying on scholarship money from the Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship & Financial Assistance may not get their money due to the ongoing U.S. government shutdown.

A golden eagle that was found with a gunshot wound and all of its tail feathers plucked, has died from the wounds it received.

U.S. Indian Health Service facilities are providing care and other emergency workers are on the job

“[T]this is a corporation that was set up as a retirement home for some of President Begaye’s friends,” Tsosie says.

“I was never paid overtime when I was working there,” one worker said.